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It’s been a season of content that has seen multiple cars and a variety of locations drop, but right now, as Season 3 of the DiRT Rally 2.0 content train reaches the final station, it’s time for us to take a trip to Finland.

The DiRT Rally 2.0 Finland Rally content is the latest DLC piece to be added to the game, signalling the end of Season 3 as we know it. Priced up at £3.19, the Finland Rally whisks us off to one of the most daunting yet iconic rally stages of them all; a locale that delivers on speed, intensity and some hardcore jumps.

Following on from the previous addition which saw two new cars fall onto the rally tracks – the VW Golf Kitcar and Peugeot 206 Rally – the Finnish Rally will give chance for us to really test those motors, pushing the boundaries of grip, speed, and utter ignorance to the limit. Expect to find gravel in plentiful supply, a bit of a roller coaster in terms of undulation, and the need for your skills to be on point at all times.

If you have previously picked up the DiRT Rally 2.0 Super Deluxe Edition then you’ll already be sorted for the new DLC, but failing that, a trip to your local digital store will see you right. For us Xbox One rally enthusiasts, that means heading to the Xbox Store. You can however also pick it up on PS4 and PC.

With Season 3 now concluded, you may well think that this is the end of Codemasters plans for DiRT Rally 2.0, but you’d be wrong. Season 4 is fast approaching and come November 19th will find the initial openings of that in place – expect more cars, more tracks and more madness to come from DiRT Rally 2.0 soon!

DLC Description:

This is one of the fastest and most renowned rally locations in the world, featuring colossal jumps and blisteringly high average speeds. The thick gravel and the undulating nature of this course mean that car control and balance are especially significant when navigating the Finnish stages.

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